Cognitive Science 1 4.19

Cognitive Science 1 4.19 - c) Several different subtypes B....

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Cognitive Science 1: 4.19 I. Wernicke’s Aphasia A. Good Articulation, normal prosody, rapid speech B. Free use of range of grammatical II. Visual Agnosia A. The inability to recognize a visual object, in the absence of visual sensory or memory  disorders III. Two Types of Visual Agnosia A. Appreciative 1. Difficulty forming a precept a) There is a rudimentary processing of visual information b) But information cannot be bound together in a meaningful way
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Unformatted text preview: c) Several different subtypes B. Associative 1. Perceptual information cannot be linked to IV. Locked-In Syndrome A. Pseudo-coma in patients who are awake but have no means of communication V. Children with Prenatal or Perinatal Stroke A. Lesion occurrence before the end of the first 6-months of life B. Single, unilateral focal lesion C. Identification on the basis of at least one neuroimaging prodecudre D....
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This note was uploaded on 04/22/2008 for the course COGS 1 taught by Professor Lewis during the Winter '08 term at UCSD.

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